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2004-06-10 Steve Youngs <steve@youngs.au.com>

* mozmail.el: Add some comments about an alternative way to set
things up on GNOME.
From Juergen Kreileder <jk@blackdown.de>

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+2004-06-10  Steve Youngs  <steve@youngs.au.com>
+
+	* mozmail.el: Add some comments about an alternative way to set
+	things up on GNOME.
+	From Juergen Kreileder <jk@blackdown.de>
+
 2004-05-19  Norbert Koch  <viteno@xemacs.org>
 
 	* Makefile (VERSION): XEmacs package 1.43 released.

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 ;; mozmail.el --- Open mailto links from Mozilla in an (X)Emacs mailer.
 
-;; Copyright (C) 2003 Steve Youngs
+;; Copyright (C) 2003,04 Steve Youngs
 
 ;; RCS: $Id$
 ;; Author:        Steve Youngs <steve@youngs.au.com>
 ;; Maintainer:    Steve Youngs <steve@youngs.au.com>
 ;; Created:       <2003-12-22>
-;; Last-Modified: <2004-05-16 20:16:50 (steve)>
+;; Last-Modified: <2004-06-10 18:43:58 (steve)>
 ;; Homepage:      None, contact maintainer for the latest version.
 ;;                Or get it from the XEmacs "net-utils" package.
 ;; Keywords:      mail
 ;;
 ;;   Gnus users can optionally customise `mozmail-gnus-is-plugged' to
 ;;   run Gnus in either "plugged" or "unplugged" modes.
+;;
+;; Alternative Setup for GNOME users:
+;;
+;;   I received some feedback from a user who had this to say about
+;;   setting mozmail up with GNOME (on Debian):
+;;
+;;   Here's different way to enable it for GNOME users (at least on
+;;   Debian).  Instead of modifying Mozilla's preferences just run
+;;   gnome-default-applications-properties (see the
+;;   Applications/Desktop Preferences/Advanced/Preferred Applications
+;;   menu entry), on the "Mail Reader" tab select "Custom Mail Reader"
+;;   and enter "mozmail.sh %s".
+;;
+;;   With this mozmail gets used by all Mozilla based browser on my
+;;   system.
 
 ;;; Todo:
 ;;